But he noted that the survivors and victims' families do not "hold judgments against Bank Markazi, and they have never alleged that Bank Markazi had any involvement in the underlying events that gave rise to the default judgments," said Lindsey, a partner with Chaffetz Lindsey LLP in New York.
What does UE stand for?
UE stands for Underlying Event
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- Utility Dog Excellent Variable Surface Tracking
- Üst Düzey Yönetici
- University District Youth Center (Seattle, WA)
- Unidad de Droga y Crimen Organizado (Spanish)
- Urban Development Zone (Johannesburg, South Africa)
- Usable Drop Zone Length (airdrop computations)
- Usable Drop Zone Time (airdrop computations)
- Member of the United Empire Loyalists
- Ultimate Elektra (comic)
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It means that in contrast to most industries, the financial security that nuclear operators are required to provide must be ring fenced and so available to third parties even if the underlying event results in the operator going bankrupt.
The upshot of this means you will win money whatever happens in the underlying event.
But, she said, the fact that the rhyme has survived is what is important, not the precise details of the underlying event.
Search results are sorted so articles of interest to historical researchers will be listed first, taking into account the publication in which the article appeared, how much coverage the underlying event received, who covered the story, and in what manners they covered it.
THE BASICS A lattice model assumes the price of stock underlying an option follows a binomial distribution, a type of probability distribution in which the underlying event has only one of two possible outcomes.
The report also concluded that an underlying event before labor was the primary factor for the outcome in 70 percent of neonatal encephaiopathy cases and contributory in another 25 percent.
The story in both cases is mimetic in the sense that it is an account of underlying events which happened elsewhere and at another time.